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De Mabior calls on South Sudanese to work together for peace


Mabior Garand of Mabior speaks in Juba on 21 March 2020 (ST)
March 22, 2020 (JUBA) - Designated Deputy Minister of Interior Mabior Garang de Mabior called on South Sudanese to reconcile and work together to implement peace.

De Mabior arrived Saturday in Juba International Airport where he was received by supporters and relatives before to meet his mother Vice President Rebecca de Mabior.

In a short speech delivered at the airport, Mabior said peace emanates from people but does not come from the presidential palace and called on South Sudanese to work together to achieve it.

"Peace should not be the peace of Dr Machar and Salva Kiir but it should be the peace of the people," he told reporters.

"So people in the IDPs camps and refugees should start working for peace because peace does not come from J1 (the presidency) but emanates from the people of South Sudan," he stressed.

The appointed minister did not take the oath of office on Monday with the cabinet members and deputy ministers because he failed to return to the country on that day.

He is expected to swear in next week.

Speaking before a group of youth in Juba, de Mabior repeated the need for reconciliation between the Dinka and Nuer to build the country.

He also reiterated that people work together to implement the peace agreement and pending matters like the security arrangements.


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  • 22 March 2020 09:09, by jubaone

    Peace is a two-way path. In a practical manner, go encourage your fellow Bor jienge in Nimule to return to Jonglei and also allow Madis to freely return to their ancestral lands. As long these Bor jienges are terrified and cowardly cower in Nimule, no peace. Peace4Land. Simple.

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    • 22 March 2020 10:29, by South South


      Shut up you dirty Bari. Bari are beating and killing Madis people in Juba because your tribe bishop resigned. Bari people do not want a bishop from Madis people to be in Juba, the same way you killed innocents Mundari in Juba, wicked and dirty, Kurkoo!!!!!

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      • 22 March 2020 10:48, by Malakal county Simon

        Drugs addict Langbaar,

        Juba one was only asking if the Dinka Bour really advocating for peace, they should start evacuating the illegal lands in numbelie.. Do you agree or not? If yes,why if no why????????

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        • 22 March 2020 11:10, by South South

          Malakal county Simon,

          Nuers are occupying Shulluk, Burun, and Anyak lands in Upper Nile right now. Ask Nuers to leave the lands of these small South Sudanese tribes and when they do that come back here and talk about Dinka.

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          • 22 March 2020 11:34, by jubaone

            Malala Simon
            Thank you for paraphrasing the question. These jienges have low cognitive ability and are either congenitally stupid or are selectively foolish, meaning they deliberately select what they want or not want to understand. This explains why they kill themselves everyday in their areas then like terrified chicken run to Equatoria.

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          • 22 March 2020 13:19, by The Rhino

            South South,

            You disgusting dung beetle, what kind of Dinka shit is that?So you are arguing, if Nuer tribe can occupy lands of Anyuak,Burun,Shilluk/Chollo,etc in Upper Nile,you Dinka savages can also do the same in Equatoria/Nimule?NO WAY,not under our watch!If you insist,we will give you very hard time to survive there!!!Get this, your fucking plans to occupy foreign territories has a hole in...

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            • 22 March 2020 13:27, by The Rhino

              South South,

              ..it.Your damned tribal uncles JCE once tried it, they failed.Now Kiir is trying it again by luring Machar to Juba,giving him family posts in the gov’t, while he/Kiir himself secures positions to Dinka clans to foster his/their family businesses.Shit,both Kiir and Machar are worthless greedy individuals who talk to fight nepotism and corruption but they themselves are busy...........

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      • 22 March 2020 11:13, by jubaone

        South South
        You piece of jienge scum and kaffir,go fix your god-forsaken luak and stop parasiting on others. You add no moral, ethical nor intellectual value to us, just human thrash. We feed, clothe, educate and civilised you. What have you to show case? Nothing. From nothing comes nothing. Be thankful, Equatoria has raised you, gorillas.

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        • 22 March 2020 11:22, by jubaone

          You squeal so much like an irate and frustrated gorilla in a cage. Your incessant and repetitive trolls typify jienge idiocy and emptiness. Perhaps you could use your hard-earned language proficiency in developing your Jonglei. Running away and cowardly hiding your shitholes in Equatoria from Murles or Nuers wont help. Equatoria cant babysit you lazy sloths.

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          • 22 March 2020 13:59, by The Rhino


            Great,great,great!We will frustrate all these savages and give them hell.As long as they squat and worthlessly loiter in our territories,these fucking rapists,murderers,land grabbers, thieves and incompetent junks will never have peace,full stop!

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        • 22 March 2020 14:51, by South South


          Kurkoo!!! Shit, you can lie somewhere else, Bari tribe is a big problem we have in South Sudan. Killing innocent Mundari, killing innocent Madis, and killing innocent tribes of Equatotia just because their tribe bishop resigned, but now you are trying to avoid that pour out your dirty shit against Dinka tribe

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          • 22 March 2020 16:54, by jubaone

            South South
            Be thankful that the civilised Bari have taught you manners. You come to us like beggars, noble Bari or Equatorians dont go to low cultured creatures like you. Get some Bari to come and develop you cuz you are simply lazy and foolish. You are like grownups but with baby brains.

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            • 22 March 2020 18:38, by South South


              All tribes of Equatoria and South Sudanese people MUST stand together to teach this dirty tribe called Bari lessons, it’s coming soon unless they change and stop pooping on the streets. Kurkooo!!!!

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    • 23 March 2020 06:09, by Midit Mitot

      Good move Mabior Garang,

      South Sudanese are in need of durable peace.

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